If you've rented a limo in the last few years, you might want to change your credit-card number because a St. Louis-based limo service technology company was hacked, and data for thousands of credit cards for people who wanted to party like a rock star were compromised. According to Krebs on Securi ... More >>
The 21st St. Louis International Film Festival officially kicked off last night. There was a line down the block at the Tivoli, news crews were on hand and it took us forever to navigate the traffic. Safe to say this is a big deal. For the uninitiated, SLIFF is a ten-day mega-celebration of films, h ... More >>
SLIFF Picks Up Speed: the Whitaker St. Louis International Film Festival has never looked better
Stan Kann's websiteSt. Louis native Stan Kann was already a celebrated organ player before he became a comedic presence on talk showsFor most part, people in the entertainment business become famous by harnessing a single skill. They achieve notoriety through singing, dancing, acting, spoon-p ... More >>
That smell? Kansas Shitty just farted in our general direction.Ouch! The barbs from the Kansas City Star today, they hurt! The daily paper over in Missouri's second-largest city is out with a list comparing its city to St. Louis. Boil it down and the author of the piece suggests that not only do ... More >>
St. Louis City Hall was transformed into something of a smooth-jazz lounge last night as Board of Alderman President Lewis Reed hosted a "Homecoming Celebration" for boxer Devon Alexander. Alexander, center, flanked by his trainer Kevin Cunningham and Cedric the Entertainer.The 23-year-old St. Lo ... More >>
Press cameras officially were not allowed into Lure Nightclub last night, because of presence of the dozens of pro athletes, musicians and actors promised to be in attendance. For those willing to pay $175 to get in the door (but hey, there was an open bar!), there were indeed a few athletes with wh ... More >>
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Julie Seabaugh profiles local laugh-riot Brie Johnson
Our critics chew on the film trends of '05
Cedric comes back to entertain us
Almost two full hours of trite, vapid zebra vomit
The naked truth about Missouri's backwater Sodom and Gomorrah
A paean to the big bad bottle
In Madagascar, the wild things romp, then roam
In the season of sequels and Happy Meal toys, 05 may be a pleasant surprise.
Beauty Shop is clipped straight from its predecessors
It'd Be Cool if this sequel were any good. Too bad it ain't.
The Year in Review: A Quiz
This local-boy-made-good just can't stop giving back the love
Week of April 7, 2004
O.J. is coming to the STL (shh!); plus the inside scoop on the Post-Dispatch's labor woes, a chat with Cedric's manager and the reason why you won't hear "Dude Looks Like a Lady" at JJ's
Arvin Mitchell and Jessie Taylor must contend with a segregated St. Louis comedy scene on their road to the big time. Maybe they'll navigate the system. Or maybe they'll just have to blow it up.
The Coens make a '40s comedy with a Cary named Clooney
Week of June 25, 2003
Washington Avenue Summerfest heats up
King of the rink Leo White is ready for prime time, but is prime time ready for him?
The intentions outweigh the execution in Ice Cube's Barbershop
Week of August 21, 2002